Adele’s ’30’ reigns supreme in Australia – Billboard

By Adele 30 (Columbia / Sony) prolong the reign Australian album chart into the seventh week, while Elton John and Dua Lipa back to number 1 on National Singles Survey with “Cold Heart” (Universal/Warner).

After falling to 4th place last week during the Christmas rush, By Pnau remix of “Cold Heart” gains sixth non-consecutive week at number one ARIA Singles Leaderboard. Elton’s mashup now boasts 20 consecutive weeks in the Top 5, as reported by ARIA.

As Christmas songs stowed away for another year, a host of titles hit the charts, including Fever introduced “’Do It To It’ ‘ (Virgin / Universal) by Cherish, up 21-8; Frequency lost & By Calum Scott “Where Are You” (Sony), up 30-10; and Imagine Dragon Tales, JID & League of Legends‘Enemy’ (Interscope / Universal), increased 39-15.


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New Disney animated movie soundtrack Encanto (Walt Disney/Universal) is responsible for the two highest openings of the week, with “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” (Universal), with contributions from the majority of the cast, coming in at No. 20, while “Surface Pressure” by Jessica Darrow (Universal) started at number 44.

Encanto is a fast climber on the album chart, exploding from their debut at #29 last week to #6 on the current chart.

There’s a bright side to a classic Killer song this week. The Las Vegas rockers’ 2004 single “Mr Brightside” (Universal) broke into the Top 50 at number 23. It’s a new ARIA Charts top for the track which, to date, topped at number 29 last month. January 1, 2005.

With Adele continuing to dominate the ARIA Albums Chart, 30 just one week from her previous album’s eight-week record, 2015 25.

https://www.billboard.com/music/chart-beat/adele-30-elton-john-cold-heart-australia-charts-1235016475/ Adele’s ’30’ reigns supreme in Australia – Billboard

Dais Johnston

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